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was the voice of god? dana howard, the voice of god. thank you, dana howard. we will be hearing from peter lee. herb schwartz, the regional director of the health and services representing the obama administration in our region. barbara garcia. what an honor it is for me to be here with them because i know of their leadership and their work. john, ceo and founder of small business majority -- without him it would be impossible to pass the affordable care act. thank you for your tremendous work on that. [applause] and wendell, my senior health policy advisor resource to all members of congress, house and senate, and to the administration, on health policy. what does wendell think? is what we say all the time about this issue. that is what we all find out. thank you, wendell, for being here. [applause] as america's first health marketplace -- we take pride in that -- covered california is leading the way in establishing a bright and healthy future for the golden state by making sure insured as well as uninsured californians find plans that suit their needs and their pocketbooks. i say this plan
's get right to our panel. joining us, michael eric dyson of georgetown university, and dana milbank, political columnist for the "washington post." professor, i want to read a statement that ted cruz sent to the dallas morning news, sent out today. said the dallas morning news said i may technically have dual citizenship. assuming that is true, sure, i would renounce any canadien citizenship. nothing against canada, but i'm an american by birth. as a u.s. senator, i believe i should only be an american. professor michael eric jackson, have we officially entered the age of birther irony? >> ironic to be sure. first of all, are you really reading the dallas newspaper to determine your citizenship? that alone is worthy of some deconstruction. but what's interesting here is that is the ironies never cease to amaze me here. and the bitter hypocrisy of the right. now why don't we have a controversy here? because canada is not as nefarious as being born in kenya, the dark continent? so the reality is that you know, if it was good enough for the goose, it's good enough for the gander. if it
-chair chad brown joins me along with the great dana milbank. chad, when id think this steve king thing is so fraught with stuff. here's a guy whose brain puts together this weird simultaneous equation. people come across the border from mexico or somewhere else all of a certain size, but they're that big wide legs that he compares to of all the fruits in the world, cantaloupe and their carrying 75 pounds of marijuana. i was trying to figure out how much 75 pounds of marijuana would look like. it would be bigger than this whole room. 75 pounds. how does he put his head around all these negative thoughts just to show how much contempt he has for latinos? think he's smiling because i'm smiling. it's weird. it's weird. your thoughts. tell me why you quit the party, by the way. >> well, it was a decision that was very personal for me. i spoke with several friends, family members, a pastor. i felt uncomfortable with a lot of the hateful rhetoric, and with these issues, the immigration issue, for example. it's the rhetoric, and not just from the representative king but social media is everywhere wi
when it was bought in 2001 by dana white, president of the ufc and his partners the fertita brothers. >> congratulations on your first show, it's got to feel good. >> thank you very much, james, i appreciate it. >> you took over this company when it was in a serious financial hole? >> i called my partners and said, you know, i think the ufc is in trouble, i think we should buy it. it would be interesting. and a month later we own it. >> how much did you purchase it for? >> $2 million. >> and how much is it worth today? >> a lot more than $2 million. >> a lot more than $2 million is an understatement. today the ufc brings in an estimated $6 billion a year. recently they signed a lucrative broadcast deal. >> we're the most valuable franchise on earth. we're in over a billion homes worldwide and we're the largest pay-per-view provider in the world. i don't care what color you are, what country you come from or what listening you speak, it's in our dna. the first ufc happened because they wanted to answer the age old question which fighting style was the best? and the answer to that age
beckal and dana perino and greg gutfeld. this is "the five." >> oprah winfrey's highly anticipated movie "the butler" opens up nationwide tonight. it is about cecil gains, after african-american butler who worked for presidents. oprah says it brings context to the race discussion. take a look. >> you know he got that job himself. the white house called him. he didn't call the white house. >> i want to hear all of the stories. >> i don't know how many stories you will hear. they swore him to some secret code. >> get the hell out. >> i'm sorry, mr. butler, i didn't mean to make fun of your hero. >> a great story, but for some reason oprah has been all over town talking about race the last couple weeks. here she is talking about people using the n-word. >> a lot of people if they think they are not using the n-word themselves they physically are not using the n-word themselves and they do not harbor ill will toward black people that it is not racist. to me it is ridiculous to look at that case and not to think that race was involved. >> and now here she is comparing trayvon martin to emmitt
to be talking to dana bash our chief congressional correspondent who knows everything about congress. we'll ask her about all of this and it possible that congress may be called back from vacation? is it worth it? we'll pose those questions to dana bash. also coming up at 10:00 a.m. eastern, michael crowley from "time" magazine will talk about president obama and his changing stance on waging war or taking military action. should be very interesting. we'll be right back. when we made our commitment to the gulf, bp had two big goals: help the gulf recover and learn from what happened so we could be a better, safer energy company. i can tell you - safety is at the heart of everything we do. we've added cutting-edge technology, like a new deepwater well cap and a state-of-the-art monitoring center, where experts watch over all drilling activity twenty-four-seven. and we're sharing what we've learned, so we can all produce energy more safely. our commitment has never been stronger. ( bell rings ) they remwish i saw mine of my granmore often, but they live so far away. i've been thinking about movin
with reaction, dana lash and christie setzer is with us. he sounds like scouring the budget to save all that money. it reminds me of o.j. looking for the real killers in the golf course. he's living a pretty extravagant lifestyle, isn't he? >> i don't think he is. i think he's living the same lifestyle as anyone else who's graced the office at the president. >> it sends a confusing message. >> conservatives seem to have a pretty confusing stand on this issue. he's been on vacation four months out of every year. one third of the -- >> you can't count camp david. >> george bush was on vacation. whereas president obama takes two to three weeks per year, about the same as the rest of us. >> we have to set that record straight. >> the same as the rest of us. >> we have to set that record straight. christie, bless your heart. >> i would love for you -- >> george bush didn't go to hawaii, he didn't go to martha's vineyard. he didn't go to atlanta. >> christie, let her talk. >> he didn't go to all these places, you know where he went? he went to his ranch in texas. you know what he did on his r
director for the republican national committee. dana loesch, who is a talk radio host and tea party activist. and matt welsh, who's editor in chief of "reason," and he's also author of the book "the declaration of independence: how libertarianism politics can fix what's wrong with america." great to have all you guys here today. [ applause ] and shawn, i know you're shawn spicer. i know that anyway. but let me start with you. republicans are fighting right now, particularly in the house and senate, over whether or not to defund obama care, even if it means shutting down significant portions of the government. good idea, bad idea? >> i think in general it's a good idea. our party is united as far as getting rid of obama care. we recognize the fact that more americans are losing their health care, costs are going up. the problems continue with the imation of obama. what i think we have a robust difference on is the tactic on how to make that happen. some people believe that we can defund it through the continuing resolution process. some people believe that you're not able to do that
business tonight at 8:00. see you then. >>> i am eric bolling with kimberly guilfoyle, bob beckel, dana perino, and greg gutfeld. it is 5:00 in new york city. as you read in the paper, it is "the five"! so last week we told you about the brutal beating of a 13-year-old white kid by three african-american teens on a school bus in florida. on "the five," we have been calling for civil rights leaders and the president to speak publicly about the issue. still haven't heard a word from al sharpton, president obama, eric holder, or the naacp, but over the weekend, rev. jesse jackson stepped up to the plate and said this. >> we tried to make contact of the family of the kids because we should discourage people attacking people, whether black, white, white, black, people should stop attacking people. you must learn to live together respectfully in a civilized way, and if it comes black white white black, it makes matters worse, it does not make it better. >> took awhile, but give credit where credit is due. ref recommended jesse jackson steppedd made a comment. >> he was in africa and had been
would stay so so low forever. ain't happening. tonight at 8:00. >> hello, everyone. i'm dana perino. along with andrea tantaros, bob beckel, eric bolling, and greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city and this is "the five." >>> it's 11:00 p.m. in egypt where new clashes between the country's interim government and supporters of the old one have thrown the country into another wave of chaos. more than 600 egyptians have been killed within the last 24 hours. president obama made a statement on the deteriorating situation from martha's vineyard earlier today. >> the united states strongly condemns the steps that have been taken by egypt's interim government and security forces. our traditional cooperation cannot continue as usual when civilians are being killed in the streets and rights are being rolled back. as a result, this morning, we notified the egyptian government that we are canceling our biannual joint military exercise which was scheduled for next month. i want to be clear that america wants to be a partner in the egyptian people's pursuit of a better future, but our partners
. for the politics of it all, dana millbank. first to you, ambassador. american aid to egypt is about $1.5 billion a year, but $1.3 billion of that goes immediately back into american private corporations defense contractors for egypt to buy weapons. just cutting off aid to egypt isn't exactly the answer because that would have a negative impact on america. >> toure, there's so much naval gazing going on with this foreign policy issue it seems we're getting totally lost in the weeds here. the fact of the matter is that the egyptian generals do not need this $1.3 billion or $1.5 billion. whatever is left in the pipeline for the rest of this fiscal year is about $300 million. the saudis and others have said they will step in and fill the gap in. let me tell you, it's just a matter of time before vladimir putin says to the egyptians, guess what, russia will step in and fill whatever the americans don't provide here. we have to stand up for our values. if we want to suspend aid, that's the main reason. it will have no bearing on the decision making of the generals who have already dismissed what the o
family and music fans were setting twitter on fire. dana is here with us. nice to see you. >> thanks, greta, for having me back. >> and let me -- >> wow. >> let me guess, you loved it, right? >> you know, yeah, i guess if you like a nightmare that involves teddy ruxpin and vera de milo's character from the 1990s, if you throw all those things together, it was wonderful. i've never seen anything like that. greta, there's two things that miley needs. everyone in america can agree on, jesus and skwut -- squats. >> i guess i didn't follow her career very much. i just thought, well, this looks like hollywood. this is the kind of junk we're seeing. if you have a history with her and watched her grow up, you're more scandalized than the rest of us, you know, this is never going to clean up at this point. >> well, yeah, and the thing with this, greta, is i don't -- you don't have to be shocking for the sake of shock in order to be artistic. it seems a lot of entertainment thinks vulgarity is somehow a substitute for skill or talent and it's not. during the same evening we saw amazing perform
as worshippers were leaving mosques. al-jazeera dana zudar has more. >> they finished friday prayers. then panic struck. security cameras caught the explosion. two one of two mosques. theplosions were minutes apart. dozens of people were killed and injured. there was no claim of responsibility, but officials say the attacks had one objective: to create sectarian strife in lebanon. tripoli is predominantly sunni and many people are supporters of the opposition. >> this is the work of the syrian government. they targeted us. they gave a message to the sunnis in the north. but we won't be threatened. we will retaliate. >> it is a dangerous time for lebanon. these bombings are seen as an attack against sunnis. last week, a powerful explosion killed civilians and has a strong hold in beirut. s hezbollah is fighting. this is a country polarized by the syrian war. and tripoli is a volatile city. those opposing have engaged in gun battles many times in the past. it is a time of heightened tensions. the blasts were not unexpected. a few days ago, the lebanese army stepped up security across the country.
congressional correspondent dana bash joins us from our washington bureau with more on that side of the story. good morning. >> good morning, carol. two members of congress who have been demanding consultation and input on the administration strategy on syria and they also want evidence that the military action, if it is used, would be justified. >> cnn has told top obama officials insisted to lawmakers on a thursday night conference call they have no doubt assad's regime was behind deadly chemical attacks there. revealing to lawmakers that the u.s. intercepted communications from a high-level syrian official which clearly indicates they were responsible for these. the half hour into telephone briefing began moments after british parliament struck at least a short-term blow to u.s. hopes of a coalition defeating a measure authorizing force against syria. though, obama officials insisted no decisions have been made on military action against syria. cnn is also told they privately made clear to lawmakers that chemical weapons in syria is such a threat, the u.s. could engage with or without supp
's dana bash. >> reporter: only few months ago you couldn't turn on the tv without seeing john mccain railing against president obama. >> this president and this administration has either been guilty of colossal imcompetence or engaged in a cover-up. >> reporter: but now, a 180. >> i think there is a more of a desire to work together. >> reporter: suddenly mccain is obama's go-to guy to get things done on immigration, striking a deal allowing confirmation of half a dozen of obama's nominees and now heading to egypt with republican lindsay graham at the president's request. >> we have relationships with many of people in egypt because of our past encounters. >> reporter: back when they were rival for president, it was hard to imagine that obama/mccain -- >> who is the real barack obama? i gue i. >> reporter: in 2008, did you ever think that you would be president obama's republican deal maker? >> no. look, i worked on a lot of issues with president clinton. as well as the republican presidents. so, it's not as if i haven't done this before. >> reporter: he certainly has. it's how m
and the federal election economics. dana bash is breaking this news. he joins us with the details. dana, this news was prompted by something you reported earlier this week. >> that's right, we reported earlier this week about an e-mail that came from an investigator, to lois lerner, asking about a conservative group. the vice chairman of the said it races questions about whether there was inappropriate contact between the two agencies. darrell issa at this point is expanding his investigation. he announced today, at least he did so in a her to the head of the fec. cnn otained the her. what he is asking the fec is to do is turn over records with the irs. it raises, quote, the prospect of inappropriate coordination about tax-exempt entities. among the thing he's demanding is all communications between the irs and the if. ec dating back to 2008. i should underscore the republican fec commissioner i talked to, heunder scored that he is not sure that anyone nefarious or sinister was going on, but it should be investigated. and now it is. >> there's a lot of acronyms. >> alphabet soup. >> the original c
tonight at 8:00 on c- span "q and a." "newsmakers" >> our guest on "newsmakers" is -- our guest dana rohrabacher. he has responsibilities for issues involving russia and also looks at emerging threats. after the big decisions about u.s./russian relations in the summit, we thought it important to speak to him. let me introduce our reporters. lake town show is the deputy s.itor of their mea >> my first question is about what seems to be topic a this week. subject you are deeply interested in and know a lot about. i am sure you are aware of the news that the white house decided to cancel this upcoming summit meeting between president obama and vladimir putin. i wanted to get your take. i know you have a different view than some in your caucus. think our relation with vital to our own national security. i would say the peace of the world. we have two major threats that we have to deal with if our people are to be safe. one is radical islamic terrorism, which is at our throat right now and murders our old. they wish they could murder as many of us as they could. the other threat is an eme
" online >>> welcome to "red eye." i'm dana filling in for greg gutfeld. that little monster will be back tomorrow. now to tv's andy levy for our pre game report. andy, what do you have for tonight's show? >> our top story, bradley manning is sentenced to 35 years in prison for leaking hundreds of thousands of documents. and our panel will update golly locks and the three bears and decide if the panel was too harsh, to soft or just right. and sentenced to 2350*eu6 years of not being allowed to use social media. and a high school spirit shows double stuffed oreos are not double stuffed. welcome to owe bough uh mays ark m. -- welcome to obama's america. >>> i am here with meteorologist janice dean, the weather machine. she has a children's book coming out on monday. it is called freddy the forecaster -- broadcaster. sorry. and the editor-in-chief of "maxim magazine" and bill schulz who is as lovely to be around as he is talented. and next to me, gavin mcguinness. i pretend i haven't met him before, but he is nice. his book "the death of cool" is available in paperback. a block. the lede. th
complete sense right now. >> oh come on, dana, i said all the same thing during my campaign. >> i'm teasing you, you were always sensible. >> that's not what we're hearing on the hills. al gore was maybe hyperbolic about the alcoholics. international conference, they can't agree on bicycle sharing. we're not going to get anywhere on that. >> marco rubio is headed to hollywood for a fund-raiser. a meeting with facebook founder mark zuckerberg. i think a lot of people hear marco rubio is going to beverly hills to raise money, isn't that liberal democratic -- >> not necessarily so. he's likely going to be running for president in 2016 and he's going to need money to do it. >> day and >> dana, rubio was one of the first tea party crowds -- >> i'm sure the beverly hills tea party is ecstatic about this. >> that's actually a tea party, really old rich ladies drinking tea. >> let's watch our stereotypes here, guys. >> hen whthen what would we tal about? >> what's happening is important. marco rubio, they're basically hanging him in effigy. literally at a rally i went to, it's like he's president o
by dana white, president of the ufc and his partners the fertita brothers. >> congratulations on your first show, it's got to feel good. >> thank you very much, james, i appreciate it. >> you took over this company when it was in a serious financial hole? >> i called my partners and said, you know, i think the ufc is in trouble, i think we should buy it. it would be interesting. and a month later we own it. >> how much did you purchase it for? >> $2 million. >> and how much is it worth today? >> a lot more than $2 million. >> a lot more than $2 million is an understatement. today the ufc brings in an estimated $6 billion a year. recently they signed a lucrative broadcast deal. >> we're the most valuable franchise on earth. we're in over a billion homes worldwide and we're the largest pay-per-view provider in the world. i don't care what color you are, what country you come from or what listening you speak, it's in our dna. the first ufc happened because they wanted to answer the age old question which fighting style was the best? and the answer to that age old question ended up being
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: rocky mountain mike for some reason has decided to combine turtle sex, dana loesch, cody the screaming dog and barry white. why not? >> because he can. ♪ >> stephanie: that's weird. [dana loesch screaming] >> wow. >> like having sex with mitch mcconnell. >> stephanie: where's cody? there he is. wow! wow! >> okay. >> stephanie: this is saying something but of all of the weird things rocky mountain mike has sent us, that's the weirdest. >> that's the weirdest. ♪ let's hear it for the boy ♪ let's give the boy a hand >> stephanie: wow! all right then. so i knew -- [ ♪ "nbc nightly news" ] yesterday on "meet the press," what do you call it? gregory, noted tool says does this mean that edward snowden has won? okay. >> yes, he's won fabulous prizes! >> stephanie: right. >> a lifetime supply of borsch maybe. >> stephanie: the president obviously -- and again, we've said this over and over again. should stuff be looked at, yes. but the president said exactly what i thought. >> obama: i don't think snowden was a patriot. as i said in my opening remarks, i called for a thorough review of
be, are not up for debate. cnn's dana bash, our chief congressional correspondent, joins me now. when you look at history, dana, it shows that presidents -- just a reminder. u i any you know this. presidents can launch military action without approval from congress. grenada, '83. pan na, '89. iraq, '91. haiti, '94. kosovo, '99. why a briefing in a couple of hours, dana bash? >> reporter: in short, politics. members of congress, even natural allies of president obama have been demanding coordination. tonight 6:00 p.m. this evening secretaries of state and defense and others will hold a conference call with president obama and other key committee heads to discuss the nation's posture on syria. what's interesting is that lawmakers are not here. they are still back in their states, in their districts on congressional recess. since they're all over the country, some will be on their cell phones. it is not going to be a secure line. meaning it can't be classified. it's going to be an unclassified conversation. one source who's going to be on the call who i talked to kind of rolled his eyes
. jim acosta is covering events for us at the white house while dana bash is in our washington bureau. and, jim, the timing of this decision simply fascinating and based on what you're hearing, really last minute. >> very much so, john. this was a very dramatic development that took place here at the white house yesterday after his administration was essentially moving in the direction of eminent military action, perhaps as soon as this weekend. the president made a different decision. at 7:00 last night he really made a last-minute decision to slow down, buy himself some time, and seek authorization from congress. according to senior administration officials who explained how all of this played out to a group of reporters, within the last hour, it sort of takes a little bit of time to explain but it's worth listening to. at first the story first starts, according to the senior administration officials, that this option of seeking directional approval was not really talked about among his top advisers. it was something just just really kicking around inside the president's head, accor
. let's brang in our chief congressional correspondent dana bash. dana, you just heard jim talk about the vice president of the united states. he goes up to capitol hill and he briefs the leadership, the leadership of the house and i guess the senate, the top people there, including the key members of the intelligence committees. >> i talked to a source who said this is where they were first told by the vice president of the united states and some senior state department officials about this threat which the source who i talked to said was incredibly significant. it was clear from the get-go this was going to be something that caused a lot of concern. i talked to other congressional sources briefed through other avenues and venues who say that this is something that the administration clearly needed to do. you heard jill talk about the fact that this is so sweeping in part because they want to make sure they don't get caught flat-footed like they did in benghazi on 9/11 last year. even republican sources who i talked to say that this is absolutely the right thing to do, appropriate re
targets in syria. our chief congressional correspondent dana bash is joining us on the phone. i've got through this letter. i know you have as well. he's raising all sorts of questions, this speaker. >> reporter: all sorts of questions, very specific questions about not just what kind of military action might the administration use, but more specifically what kind of information would they be basing this on, with regard to chemical weapons. what's very interesting about this letter is a couple things, first of all, the speaker make pretty clear that he agrees with the administration that syria is a very important area in national securitywise, and that he supports being aggressive with regard to potential for chemical weapons. he also says this -- i respectfully request that you as the country's commander in chief personally make the indication to the american people and congress for how potential military action will security american national security, and he goes on to say preserve america's credibility and deter the future use of chemical weapons. what he's trying to do here is kin
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